MFA, Sculpture, University of Connecticut
BA, Studio Art, Brandeis University
Colin McMullan is Emcee C.M., Master of None. He was born in Connecticut, grew up in an unschooling family of six boys, played outside a lot, played in bands with friends, wrote stories and songs, studied linguistics, Russian, and sculpture at Brandeis University, worked at a Siberian village school, got an MFA in sculpture at The University of Connecticut, worked on some farms, moved to New York to do odd jobs for six years, and meanwhile developed a personal practice of active, cooperative, public work often utilizing vehicles, play, conversation, publications, and food, for which he has received institutional support from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, IPG, CAG, ISCP, CUE, CBA, BHK, BBBP, Eyelevel BQE, Smack Mellon, Skowhegan, Bronx Museum, Flux Factory, the Aldrich, Artspace, i-park, el Taller Boricua, and Phats Valley.
He currently lives, makes maple syrup, builds things, and teaches art in Connecticut.